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May 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Jbituory . Mn. Grace E. Burd Funeral services for Mrs. Grace E. Burd, 58, resident of Greenland for the past eight years, who died Saturday following several months illness, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Bap- · tist Church at Gower, Mo. Burial will be in the Allen cemetery at Gower, under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Mn. Ida May Elizabeth Sebourn Mrs. Ida May Elizabeth Sebourn, 63, lifelong resident of Mt. · Caylor Community, died at her home yesterday morning at 7 o'clock, after an illness of three weeks. · Mr;. Sebourn was born at Mt. Gaylor, May 5, 1898, the daughter of Reuben and Martha Gaylor. She was married to Burt Sobourn at Mountainburg, October 11, .1910. and was a member of the Baptist Church for 30 years. In addition to her husband of the home, she is survived by one .Ron, Millard Sebourn of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Kate Smith. West Fork; three grandchildren; three brothers, Tom Gaylor ol ·Fairfax, Mo., Arron Gaylor, Fairfield, Calif., and John Gavlor, Wichita, Kan.; Five sisters, Mrs. Lelah Johns- ·ton, Rogers. Mrs. Maltie Lee, Kansas, Okla., Mrs. Eliaz McAdams, Battle Creek, Mich., Mrs. Elian Sebourn, Winslow. and Mrs. Gladys Center, Farminglon. Funeral arrangements in charge of Nelson's Funeral Home are incomplete. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Piul C. Swain Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Swain of Duic'i Mills announce the birth of a daushter, May 25, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bartholomew ot 1 Praii'ie Grove, announce the birth of a son, May 24, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Airs. Jack Parker j Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker of I Springdale announce the birth of ! a son, May 23, at the County Hos- I p i t a l . Jonesboro Tourney Championship Goes To Dr. Ed Allis Births Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hall Mr. and MIT. R o l a n d Hall of Fayetteville a n n o u n c e the birth of a daughter, May 23, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Woods * Mr. nnri Mrs. B. S. Woods of Spiingdale announce the birih of a son, May 21, r.t lhi» City Hos- "pital. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Dennis Mr. and Mrs. W a r d Dennis of Fayetleville announce the b i r t h 01 a son, May 25, at the City Hospital. Jonesboro, Ark. - (JP\ - Dr. Ed Allis of Memphis Navy, got his second straight win on Arkansas fairways yesterday by shooting four under par golf to win the 4th annual Buzick Memorial Golf Tournament for amateur?. Allis dofratcd Willie McCrotty of Little Rnck in the championship round. HP gained the finals by t a k i n g a 4 and 3 semifinal victory over Johnny Buzick Jr., of Jonesboro. McCrotty played his semi-final round with Bill R a m s e y 01 Shrevrport, La., defeating him 4 and 3. In quarter-final play, Ramsey defeated M a r t i n Tenney of Little- Rork 3 and 2. Ramsey previously downed Easton Elder of Memphis 1-up in a match going 19 holes. McCrotly began his play against Billy Joe Denton of Wilson, Ark., dropping ! im 1-up. HP then mas-! Icrcd Memphis' Bill Scarbrough | in the q u a r t e r - f i n a l s 2 and 1. j Allis gained semi-final play by ' w i n n i n g over medalist Curtis Person of Memphis in a 21-hole. thriller, 1-up. Goorcc Fury par of Jonesboro, 1 Ark., wnn (he consolation trophy j in the championship flight with a I 2 and 1 victory over Denton. Junior Legion Nine Loses To Fort Smith, 6-4 ty Fair Grounds diamond, fi-4. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Deffcbaugh i The visitors cot off to a fast Mr. and Mrs. James A. Deffc- j s t a r t in !hc f i r s t i n n i n , ,.,,,,.,, ir bdUgh or Fayetteville announce of m . ors nIH | ,, ,,,.,, k | oaded (he the birth of a son, May 21, at the , nasc s. Bobby Gattis then delivered County Hospital. ,, dout) | e lo d r i v e in lhrce ,. unE The Fort Smith team added a run t ir the f o u r t h on a double-steal and Mr. and Mrs. Robert SpeaA Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spear \ in thc .seventh cot two more on a Springdale announce thc birth of , w n l k a n d n p a i r of singlcs A last a son, May 21, at the County Hosi n n m g 1Hp|c w p n t , 0 was(e j n , h( , TM la] n i n t h . Fayetteville scored first in the Springdale announce the birth of a son pital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brisro 1 Sp Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brisro l h i r d on a d o u b l c by W a v n e Ha] , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rrisco o j a n d a sing|c b G ; Bl . onson . Springdale announce the birth of ! [n )h( , n i n ( h J i m m y WUson w a ] k _ a son. May 21, at the County Hos- ^ Sj( , Mi]1( , r was hu by a p i t r h _ .P" al - . ed hall. A. J. Hughes doubled to ~ drive in two r u n s ' and Bronson Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pianaltfl sined to add the final tally. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pianalto of I Ha| , a n d H u g h e s pitchct , { or Springdale announce the birth of rayeUcvil , e w i t h Hal , t a k i n g the ·twin sons, May 2.-,, at the County j ]oss Furlo a n d Jnncs pi(ched for Hos P ltal - Fort Smith with Furlo getting the win. Both teams collected seven hits. The Fayetteville team is host Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Taulhy, Jr ' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Taulby Jr.. of Fayettevillc announce the birth of a son May 25, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Winford Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Winford Hoover of Fayetteville announce the birth of a Fospital. to Van Bucen Wednesday afternoon at 4:15. The first nieht opener in the history of the American League ,, . . ,, . was April 17. 1951 at Philadelphia, yetteville announce the birth j That n J R h t , he As droppnd a 6 son, May 25, at the County to , gamc to the Washington Sen- Ital- ! a tors. ' Mr. and Mrs. George O. Brewer j Luke 1^,,^ now in his third Mr. and Mrs. George O. Brewer . ycar as mmal , cr o( tnc RertSi j s j Bf West Fork announce the birth j (hc 32n d pilot in the history of the j of a son. May 25, at the County ' Cincinnati club. The whiskey with in its flavor. . . Askfor"(hubleA" Thf Straight Kentucky Eonrbon fir "double A" hosts... M MOOf. ANCIENT ACS DISTILLING CO., FKANRfOliT, KY. *· * **"·... Our Books Are Closed! BUY NOW-PAY IN JULY First in Fayetteville SENSATIONAL SPECIAL 1 PURCHASE SALE ! FAMOUS BRAND We Can't Mention the Name, but, Every One Bears Its Famous Label $2 HOLDS YOUR CHOICE IN LAYAWAY Put several away for o Complete Summer Wardrobe REG. $16.95 VALUE ONLY You Sove 28"f-- and at the Very Beginning of the Season! Cool, Crease-Resistant j| Rayons in Pastels and I Summer Checks :? Sizes 9-15; 10-16 " FIRST TIME SHOWN IN FAYETTEVILLE j; ' '.·v'":--'^.-- ' · - - , . ; .:S''-v^*BSs2 END-OF-MONTH BASEMENT SPECIALS Values to $2.98 All First Quality $ Values to $1.98 Broken Sizes $ Long and short sleeve blouses . . . solids, stripes and novelties. Sizes 30-38. 100''^ nylon slips and royon slips, some with lace and net trims. In white and pink. Sun Suits Sizes 3, 4 and 5 in fine brood- cloth sunsuits made to sell for much more. A widt variety of styles and colors. « Baby Deportment Only 79c SALE! Famous Exclusive Labels From Our Regular Stock j 6 Dresses, Reg. $14.95. 1 Dress, Reg. $19.95 .. 1 Dress, Reg. $12.95 .. 1 Dress, Reg. $22.00 . . 1 Dress, Reg. $21.00 . . 1 Dress, Reg. $29.00 . . 1 Dress, Reg. $49.95 . . 1 Dress, Reg. $59.95 . . 1 Dress, Reg. $69.95 . . 1 Dress, Reg. $83.50 . . SALE! .Now $ 5.00 .Now$ 7.00 .Now $.5.00 .Now $10.00 .Now $14.00 .Now $14.00 .Now $39.00 .Now $49.00 .Now $55.00 .Now $55.00 Fomls From Our Regular Stock' f 2Formals, Reg. $29.95.Now$1.2.95 2Formals, Reg. $33.75. Now $12.95 1 Formal, Reg. $34.95. .Now $12.95 1 Formal, Reg. $39.95. .Now $12. 95 1 Formal, Reg. $24.95. .Now $12.95 SALE! 1 Short Coal, Reg. $39,00 Now $14.00 4 Long Coals, Reg. $49.95..~..Now $29.00 SALE! !/3 off One Rack of Skirts and Two-Piece Dresses From Our Regular Stock! Broken Sizes w Featuring Many Famous Labels floor front *-· *

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